Admiring the pizza packaging created by Ki Saigon design studio.Â The studio collaborated with Pizza 4Pâ€™s to to redesign pizzaÂ boxes as symbols of peace.Â The chefs came up with three different pizzas of countries in conflict.Â The concept is that â€˜if ingredients can be together on a pizza, so can we on the planetâ€™.Â The boxes were designed with pop up handmade flowers combining the colors of the flags of each country.Â They also expanded the project by creating â€˜murals of peaceâ€™ using the exact spices and seasonings from each of the pizzas.Â 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the â€˜peace pizzasâ€™ went to the UN peace building fund.
Images: Courtesy of Ki Saigon and Pizza 4Pâ€™s.
Admiring the package design created for â€˜Maekakeâ€™ apron brand, Anything.Â Maekake is a traditional style of Japanese apron worn by craftsmen and shop staff since the 15th century.Â It is why the design studio, Nosigner, created their design together with the craftsmen of the last “ichi-gÅ maekake” manufacturing factory.Â The original design for the packaging had difficulty being recognized as an apron.Â Nosigner printed on rice bags, with legs illustrated to fit under the miniature design version of the apron. In this way the different designs can be easily seen and at the same time see how it is worn.
More of Nosigner designs can veiwed on their website.Â You can follow apron brand, Anything, here on their website.
Images: Courtesy of Nosigner and Anything.